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Bram Stoker - The Jewel of the Seven Stars - 1919

Scarce Copy of Stoker’s Second Most Famous Book After Dracula.

‘The Jewel of Seven Stars’ is commonly believed to be Bram Stoker's most successful novel after 'Dracula', this story takes up the themes of immortality through supernatural and horrific means, and examines afresh the then current vogue of Egyptology.

Item Description
Handsome copy, and early printing of this rare horror novel by the Irish Writer Bram Stoker. Published by William Rider, London, 1919. Publishers’ original grey cloth boards, decorated and lettered in black on upper board and spine.

Book Dimensions: 18.5 x 12.5 cm & Number of Pages: 307 + 4 pages of Publishers’ Books

A well-preserved copy. Firm and well bound. Light wear to corners and spine ends. Internally; the book is nice, tidy and in very good condition indeed. No names or inscriptions. All pages are tightly held at the gutter. Inner hinges are very good. Pages are clean, and unmarked, with some browning to few pages, and to and last free endpaper pages (Please see pictures).

Object Book
Number of Books 1
Subject Horror, Vampire, Mummy, Adventure, Collected works, Literature
Author/ Illustrator Bram Stoker
Book Title The Jewel of the Seven Stars
Condition Very good
Publication year oldest item 1919
Edition 1st Edition Thus
Language English
Original language Yes
Publisher William Rider
Binding/ Material Hardback
Number of pages 307
Dimensions 18.5×12.5 cm
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